CLEVELAND — There have been smaller crowds of individuals watching the Browns-Steelers recreation in downtown Cleveland Sunday evening.
The town was not precisely packed.
There was no “after-party” alongside East 4th Avenue.
At Harry Buffalo, followers have been required to depart at half time. It was not even 10 p.m.
Some stated they have been headed to accommodate events and lodge rooms.
“I’ve by no means seen Cleveland ever appear to be this,” stated Tyler Tanner, who was visiting from Florida. “I’m leaving as a result of I bought to get dwelling and watch the sport.”
Dominic Brown simply wished to be with different followers for awhile.
“It’s been nearly twenty years and we’re prepared and we’re lengthy overdue,” Brown stated. “Cleveland Browns followers on the market are going to root for our group regardless of whether or not there’s a curfew or not.”
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Nikki Medaugh and her husband have been visiting from Michigan and would have stayed to see the tip of the sport. As an alternative, they headed again to their lodge early.
“For the individuals who dwell right here to say, ‘We’re going to chop your bar time down by 4 hours,’ the concept that the economic system isn’t shifting isn’t a great factor,” she stated.
Maybe due to the nice recreation, followers have been in good spirits. There have been no complaints concerning the curfew.
Nonetheless, multiple particular person stated there ought to have no less than been an exception to let companies keep open by means of the second half too.
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